Glamb, Dramatic Instructor
(SAG, AFTRA & Actors’ Equity)
Glamb is a former owner of the Actors Workshop, a Performing Arts School on Staten Island for 20 years. She acted in the capacity of musical director, drama director and marketing director for the school. Glamb has worked with Actor Children's Theatre School at Wagner College as an instructor and has also been the assistant to the director of Drama Kids International. Ms. Lamb is a working actor who sings and who has also studied dance. She is a member of the Actors Equity Association and Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA. Glamb attended Brooklyn College, Kingsborough Community College, H.B. Studios, The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, and the Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.
Glamb began her theatrical career in Yiddish Theater, working and touring throughout the United States. Her most memorable roles include the Wicked Witch of the West in the “Wizard of Oz”, Ms. Hannigan in “Annie,” and Erma in “Anything Goes.” In 2012 she did a featured role “Maggie’s Mom” in the movie “The Legend of Bloody Mary,” which is on Netflix. She is currently working in movies, television and print.
In 1999 Glamb, a cancer survivor, debuted her CD “A Survivor Sings.” A portion of the proceeds from this CD were donated to the American Cancer Society. For 16 years she was a spokesperson and fundraiser for the Staten Island branch of the American Cancer Society.
Her single (Club Mix) "We Shall Walk On" is being released on iTunes this Summer/Fall 2018 with a portion of the proceeds to be donated for Cancer Research. Glamb is also the host and creator of a thriving YouTube Channel, "60 Years Young."
Glamb’s vision is to train and encourage young people of all ages in all aspects of the arts, so they may use these talents to spread a positive message for today’s generation.